Archive for March, 2013

Universal Patio Furniture

Universal Patio Furniture

By Patty Schaller In Southern California people spend nearly as much time in their outdoor space as they do inside. Backyard decks and patios look more like living rooms these days, with upholstered furniture and fireplaces. But while the appearance and functions of the outdoor spaces may have changed over the years, Los Angeles customers […]

FunXional Fitness

FunXional Fitness

By Nadine Christine Hamdan When Jessica Vitanza was a little girl, her father asked her what she wanted to do when she grew up. Her immediate answer was, “I want to save people. I want to change lives.” That’s exactly what she’s been doing since she began her journey in the Fitness Industry. Now this […]

A Season of Hope

Spring is the season of hope, a time of rejuvenation and new beginnings. So how perfect that the Catholic Church has chosen their 266th pope at this time of year. By now the naming of Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio as the new pope, Pope Francis, is old news but there are a couple of things […]

Easter Bonnets and Playing Dress-up on the Set of Vegas

Easter Bonnets and Playing Dress-up on the Set of Vegas

The joy of putting on an Easter bonnet takes me back to happy days as a little girl in the early ’60s. So imagine my delight when the costume department of the CBS drama Vegas handed me a gorgeous blue hat, along with a vintage Sunday-best dress to wear when I was an “atmosphere player” […]

A Day of Free Industry Seminars and Panels on Saturday, March 30, at Woodbury University

A Day of Free Industry Seminars and Panels on Saturday, March 30, at Woodbury University

The Burbank International Film Festival will present a full day of free Industry Seminars and Panels at Woodbury University on Saturday, March 30, from 10 a.m.—6 p.m. as part of its educational outreach program. This event is designed to educate, entertain, and inspire anyone interested in the art of filmmaking. These panels will take place […]

The Awfulness of Everyday Political Conversations

By Matt Harris It’s becoming more and more difficult to find original sentences and ideas in everyday conversations with the average anybody, especially when it comes to politics. In a culture like the one we live in, so much information is being spewed at us from every single direction and facet of society that most […]

Listening with Undivided Attention

Recently, Rose and Don visited me for an initial consultation regarding their wedding ceremony. We met in my living room. Rose and I were soon in animated conversation, while Don tried his best to “look” like he was listening. At one point he interrupted with “Great TV — do you mind if I ask how […]

Healing By Moses: Where the Pain Disappears

Healing By Moses: Where the Pain Disappears

Moses has developed a unique technique that combines massage therapy with the elements of Reiki healing technique that uses Universal Life Energy to heal and balance living beings. The end goal of his treatments is to release physical and emotional stress as well as pain and ailments in numerous parts of the body. Moses has […]

Spring Has Sprung! Get Over to Luigi’s Pottery & Fountains Today

Spring Has Sprung! Get Over to Luigi’s Pottery & Fountains Today

By Jon Konjoyan Looking for beautiful, one-of-a-kind fountains, statuary, pottery, and ceramics? Head over to Luigi’s Pottery & Fountains in Glendale and prepare to be blown away by their huge collection of unique items presented in a Zen-like oasis. Luigi’s is a fourth generation, family-owned garden store dedicated to providing top quality products since 1946. […]

Mrs. Miles Davis: Part I

Mrs. Miles Davis: Part I

Recently at one of our house parties, we were graced with the charm and beauty of one of America’s truly iconic femme fatales. We are speaking of everyone’s dearest friend, the Diva, Frances Davis, whose life will be portrayed in a much anticipated movie. Born Frances Elizabeth Taylor to proud parents Ellen and Maceo Taylor […]